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A former Columbia Union Visitor editor, Don A. Roth, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 20th annual Society of Adventist Communicators Convention held recently in Newport Beach, Calif. Roth edited the Visitor from 1954 to 1965, while also serving as the Columbia Union Conference public relations and radio-TV secretary.
More than 270 local church leaders of the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) attended the conference’s first Leadership Summit in Charleston, W.Va.
Kettering College of Medical Arts (KCMA) in Kettering, Ohio, celebrated the opening of the Staten Family Learning Laboratories in the Boonshoft Center for Medical Sciences.
The Columbia Union Conference is deeply saddened to convey the announcement by Adventist Risk Management (ARM) that ARM president Robert L. Sweezey has passed away. Sweezey was an active member of Chesapeake Conference’s Baltimore First church located in Ellicott City, Md.
“We love Pennsylvania, and we carry in our heart God’s work here,” said Pennsylvania Conference president Ray Hartwell warmly. “We’re committed to move God’s last day message forward.”
Clifford and Deniece Fields recently walked 130 miles to raise funds for Allegheny East Conference’s Pine Forge Academy in Pine Forge, Pa. Clifford, a member of the Class of 1979, conceived the idea for the fundraiser while walking.
Though their numbers may be small, those attending Pennsylvania Conference’s Fairview Village (Pa.) church have big hearts.
With a total of 899 students enrolled for the fall semester, Kettering College of Medical Arts has posted its highest opening enrollment in the 42-year history of the school.
The Pennsylvania Conference welcomes Ron Christman, CPA, who will serve as treasurer beginning September 1.
The close of the Washington Adventist University’s Acro-Airs’ elite season traditionally includes an end-of-year tour.